California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA
June 2011 Ph.D.Control and Dynamical Systems
The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
June 2004 B.S. with honors Biomedical Engineering and Mathematics
My current research is an interplay between control theoretic development and experimental testing to identify strategies of the human motor system.
A. Lamperski and Aaron D. Ames, “Lyapunov Theory for Zeno Stability,” IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Jan. 2013.
T. Wongpiromsarn, S. Mitra, R. M. Murray, and A. Lamperski, “Verification of Periodically Controlled Hybrid Systems: Application to an Autonomous Vehicle,” ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems, Special Issue on the Verification of Cyber-?Physical Systems, Aug. 2012.
J. Lee, S. N. Sponberg, O. Y. Loh, A. Lamperski, R. J. Full, and N. J. Cowan, “Templates and Anchors for Antenna-?Based Wall Following in Cockroaches and Robots,” IEEE Transactions on Robotics, Special Issue on Bio-?Robotics, Feb. 2008.
J. Lee, A. Lamperski, J. Schmitt, and N. J. Cowan, “Task-?Level Control of the Lateral Leg Spring Model of Cockroach Locomotion,” In Fast Motions in Biomechanics and Robotics: Optimization and Feedback Control,2006.